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corkscrew willow "die off"

corkscrew willow "die off"
Posted by: Tim Wilcox (IP Logged)
Date: August 01, 2007 12:10

I have a corkscrew willow, about 15 years old, which has grown tremendously to about 40-50 feet tall. Planted in a relatively moist area, especially after heavy rains. This season, the central branches of the tree appear to have dropped all leaves and died, while the branches around the perimeter still seem to be flourishing. It is a major "die off" affecting all central major limbs. any help would be appreciated. I live in Wisconsin, in the US.

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|  corkscrew willow "die off" Tim Wilcox 01/08/2007 12:10
||  Re: corkscrew willow "die off" Newt 04/11/2007 18:27

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